Tuesday during the NFL season is traditionally report card day, as various outlets weigh in on the performance of the local gridiron squad.
Also today though, Chad Finn reports on the latest radio ratings, where 98.5 defeated WEEI in the all-important 25-54 male demo during all three daytime shows. The numbers, I presume, do not include those of WEEI-FM in the Providence market…
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Making The Grades – Game One vs Bengals – Jeremy Gottlieb on Patriots Daily grades out the first game of the season.
Patriots Report Card – Professor Ron Borges…and that is literal as Borges is leading a class at a local college, also grades the Patriots and puts Robert and Jonathan Kraft in detention for their comments on Mankins and Moss.
O-Line leads the way in Week 1 – Kirk Minihane also hands out grades.
Bob Kraft must keep band together for Patriots – Gerry Callahan says that Randy Moss has to get a new deal from the Patriots.
This business is all very interesting – Bob Ryan thinks we’ll never quite understand Randy Moss.
Beyond both-end bluster, some questions after Patriots opener – Jonathan Comey still needs a few questions answered about the Patriots.
Patriots Journal: Chung playing up to his potential – Robert Lee has the second year safety all over the field on Sunday.
Jets’ offense not much to look at – Mike Reiss looks at what last night’s Jets game means for the Patriots on Sunday.
Dan Shaughnessy Has a Sniffle – Dan Snapp on Patriots Daily looks at Shaughnessy’s reaction to Moss’ comments.
Lester continues march to Red Sox history – Alex Speier has Jon Lester becoming the first lefty in Red Sox history to record two straight 200 strikeout seasons.
Jon Lester’s season a striking success – Gordon Edes has Lester putting on a show in his hometown.
Rich Hill back in the big leagues, with the team he grew up watching – Brian MacPherson has the Massachusetts native getting the call from the Red Sox while at the Patriots game with his dad.
Bruins goalie Tim Thomas ready for another challenge – Mike Loftus has the Bruins goaltender about to start another season of attacking preconceived notions.
Ray of sunshine will be missed – Julian Benbow says that Clifford Ray will be missed around the Celtics.